Circle Bath Hospital wins South West's happiest workplace award
Staff wellbeing and teamwork earned Circle Bath Hospital the happiest workplace award for the South West region of England. Circle Bath Hospital won because of its 'truly-inspiring' ethos and environment, Business News Online reported. The competition, now in its third year, was launched by workplace and interior design consultancy Wylde IA to recognise firms that go the extra mile to ensure their staff are cheerful and fulfilled.
Mon 8 January
Circle cardiologist wins lifetime achievement award
Dr Jacob Easaw was presented with the award on Friday 10th November 2017 by The British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) for his services and contribution to the advancement of echocardiology. Echocardiography describes an echo test or heart ultrasound; a test that takes ‘moving pictures’ of the heart with sound waves. This is not surgery but is painless diagnostic testing using standard two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and Doppler ultrasound to create images of the heart.
Mon 8 January
Circle Bath Hospital donates hot meals for the homeless at Christmas
Circle Bath Hospital donated a meal for 30 to the charity Julian House last Monday. Lisa Brown, Bath ENT Practice Manager at Circle Bath Hospital organised the donation in conjunction with our Head Chef Neville Peaker. “There are countless numbers of homeless on our streets all year round, but it feels particularly right to want to do that bit extra when the weather is bad and most people are celebrating Christmas with friends and family", Lisa said. "This is why we stepped in to provide Julian House clients with a hot meal at Christmas five years ago and have continued to support them every year since.”
Mon 8 January
Circle Bath Hospital introduces a new sepsis management trolley
Circle Bath Hospital introduced a new sepsis management trolley. This is located in our in-patients ward and enables staff to initiate the treatment and management of an episode of sepsis. Bath and North East Somerset (BANES) Clinical Commissioning Group visited Circle Bath hospital last week. They met with Emily O’Hara, Head of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals at Circle Bath, and members of the clinical team to assess safety processes and quality of our care. They were particularly impressed with the new sepsis trolley.
Mon 5 March
Circle awarded for exemplary Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Circle Bath Hospital is delighted to have been recently awarded Joint Advisory Group (JAG) Accreditation for its Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. The Joint Advisory Group (JAG) Accreditation Scheme is designed to recognise examples of exemplary standards in the sector. The award denotes formal recognition that an endoscopy unit has the competence to deliver against national measures set out in the Global Rating Scale Standards (GRS), a tool produced to assess how well a unit provides patient centred care.
Tue 6 March